Kiwanis Memorial Preserve Park - Heron Habitat Helpers Second …12/08/2018


Join Heron Habitat Helpers as we continue restoring forested habitat in Kiwanis Ravine. Come for the whole time, or an hour or two. This month we'll weed out invasive plants to help native plants get established. Learn to identify native and alien species and get ideas for your own backyard wildlife gardening. Kiwanis ravine is home to numerous bird species, amphibians, mountain beavers, and other wildlife, and it's an important green buffer for the great blue heron nesting colony at the Ballard Locks.

All ages OK

3 out of 20 participants registered.

What to Bring

Wear clothes you don't mind getting muddy and snagged. Layers, raincoats, and boots are good, since we'll work rain or shine. We'll provide gloves and tools, hot tea and snacks.

Where to Meet

Meet at W Ohman Place & 36th Ave W. - (in the the 4500 block of 36th Ave W.) Follow W Government Way to the entrance to Discovery Park, turn right on 36th W and go to the second speed bump.

Where to Park

There is street parking along 36th.

Date & Time

December 8, 2018 9:30am - 1:30pm


Scott Luchessa


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